Harsh Dev flays Govt for total breakdown of education set up

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 6: National Panthers Party (NPP), MLA Harsh Dev Singh today flayed the Government for total breakdown of education set up in the State.
Claiming that thousands of Government schools were facing acute deficiency of teaching staff, he said that the remote area schools were the major sufferers and have almost become defunct due to staff paucity and non-availability of teaching faculty.
Singh strongly condemned the failure of the Government to create posts for various high and higher secondary schools, created and up-graded after the year 2008-09, thus adversely affecting not only the pass percentage of the said schools but also jeopardizing the career of students.
He said that the cabinet decision taken in July 2010 for filling up the vacant posts of teachers in remote and bad pockets areas on RET pattern had neither been honoured, nor a single step initiated in this regard.
He decried in particular the total failure of the Government to launch RMSA in the State which though was started all over the country in 2008. He said that the funds provided under RMSA during the past three years for staff creation, for infrastructure creation and for other developmental related activity in education had remained completely unspent and un-utilized due to gross negligence, apathy, neglect and red-tape of the concerned officers and bureaucrats.
Singh expressed concern over the extremely poor pace of progress in the implementation of GOI sponsored girl education projects in the form of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalas (KGBVs).
He urged the Governor to personally intervene as the people of the State were not only deprived of the benefits of GOI schemes, but were also feeling extremely helpless in the face of a highly irresponsible, reckless and despotic bureaucratic Government set up.

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